UK Groups, Clubs and Meetings
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Groups and clubs are listed in no particular order
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SPACE STATION CENTAUR
correspondence chapter of Starfleet, Sol Sector Command and nominally based in
Shropshire, Centaur has on-line meetings. They also have
face-to-face meetings across the UK four times a year.
http://space-station-centaur.org.uk/ ~ https://www.facebook.com/groups/space.station.centaur/
A UK and Ireland based chapter of The International Federation of Trekkers (IFT)
LOTNA: LEAGUE OF THE NON
Independent Sci-Fi Group, meeting at the Mad Hatter Pub,
Stamford Street, London on the second and fourth Saturday of every
Welcome to the new Albion Station : South Coast Science Fiction Society
We would like for all to enjoy this group please if you want to ask anything or bounce Ideas then go ahead.
USS RODDENBERRY ~
Nottingham based, the USS Roddenberry meet Sunday evenings at the Duke Of Cambridge in Nottingham.
USS COLCHESTER ~~
A Star Trek group meeting in the Colchester
area. All Welcome.
Essex chapter of Starfleet International.
Meeting at Tesco Extra, Hornchurch Rd, Romford, 1st Saturday of every
Formerly the USS Ark Royal, this is a
correspondence chapter of Starfleet
International who meet at conventions and the Klingon
Banquet. All welcome.
USS PHOENIX / MANCHESTER STARFLEET
Independent Star Trek group meeting in
Manchester at Bar21
on the second Sunday of every month at 1pm. Cost £2 per month (students
£1 and kids free). All welcome.
Independent group based in Northampton. All
Independent Star Trek club for people in
the Cardiff area, meeting at the Fuel Nightclub. All welcome.
Starship O'BREADY, NCC-1946 is a local Star Trek club representing the
Eastern townships of Canada. The group is dedicated to
activites, regrouping local members and keeping them informed of all
Star Trek and sci-fi events in Canada. The club is bilingual
both English and French are spoken.
The name OBREADY is
inspired by the founder Maurice O'bready who re-named "Les Cantons de
l'Est" to " Estrie " in 1946, hence the hull number NCC-1946.